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We have donated a total of £246,733.52 to our charity of the month partners for the financial year 2021/2022.

Our Giving Back Campaign allows us to give back so others can move forward. For the financial year 21/22, we have given back to 12 different charities by donating part of our social value fund each month to our chosen charity of the month. The remainder goes to our corporate charity partner BBC Children in Need.  

We are so glad to support charities and the incredible work they do during such difficult times and extremely proud to be able to make donations each month that can make an impact and change lives.

For the first quarter, we have raised £7,860.08 for each of the charities, including Rainbow Trust, Mind and Fresh Visions. 

April - Rainbow Trust

£7,860.08 will allow Rainbow Trust to pay for 302 hours of support to a family caring for a seriously ill child.

May - Mind

£7,860.08 can pay for 78 of Mind's Infoline or Legal Line advisors for a whole day. Thanks to this money, Mind can maintain its advisors, ready to answer calls for support and help.

June - Fresh Visions

£7,860.08 can fund projects for Fresh Visions to help adults who face extreme disadvantage as a result of poverty, domestic abuse, lack of education and social exclusion to gain control of their lives by developing the confidence, motivation and skills to achieve their potential and build brighter futures.

Thank you so much – this is a fantastic amount and will definitely make a difference. Zoe Jackson, Head of Services  

In the second quarter of 2021/2022, we raised £29,979.24 for our three monthly charity partners.

July - Samaritans

March - Alzheimer's Society

£11,714.05 allows 1,171 calls from one of Alzheimer’s Society's trained dementia advisors, offering guidance and support to a carer or person with dementia when they need it most. 

Thanks to Procurement Hub’s generous donation, Alzheimer's Society can continue providing advice, information, and care to the increasing number of people affected by dementia. We will not rest until people with dementia and their carers live more fulfilled and less fearful lives, free from stigma and inequality. Grace Burke - Community Fundraiser  

Any surplus we make from fees is reinvested back into social housing, social value and charitable projects. You can find out more about how we give back here and our fee transparency campaign here.

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